Pleasure Trip

IMG_0566 40 X 40 CM EC 2018 FWP
Pleasure Trip, Oil, acrylic, spray paint, tape, vinyl on canvas and paper mounted on canvas, 40 x 40cm, EC 2018
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Untitled

IMG_9009 EC 2017-2018 FWP
Untitled, Oil, acrylic, household paint, card, spray paint & oil on canvas on wood panel, 14 x 10 cm, EC 2017/2018

Triptransition

Triptransition
Triptransition, Oil, acrylic, varnish & collage on wood, 19 x 12 cm approx, By EC 2017

 

“Nothing is quite apart, not only external, not only internal; a someplace in between.”  (EC, 2014)

 

30/04/17

Untitled, Acrylic, spray paint, household emulsion on panel, oil on canvas & mixed media on paper mounted on board, 40 x 40 cm, By EC 2017
Untitled, Acrylic, spray paint, household emulsion on panel, oil on canvas & mixed media on paper mounted on board, 40 x 40 cm, By EC 2017

Wunderblock

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Wunderblock, Acrylic, permanent marker, collage & oil on canvas mounted on board, 17 x 13 cm, EC 2017

Seguito

Seguito, Oil, oil-based household paint and acrylic on canvas, 5 x 5 cm approx, By EC 2015
Seguito, Oil, oil-based household paint and acrylic on canvas, 5 x 5 cm approx, By EC 2015
Apart From All This, Oil, oil-based household paint and acrylic on canvas, 5 x 5 cm approx, By EC 2015
Apart From All This, Oil, oil-based household paint and acrylic on canvas, 5 x 5 cm approx, By EC 2015

Erupt and Sever

Erupt and Sever, Oil, Oil-based household paint & card, By EC 2015
Erupt and Sever, Oil, Oil-based household paint & card, By EC 2015

“1) The Real. This concept marks the state of nature from which we have been forever severed by our entrance into language…Lacan sometimes represents this state of nature as a time of fullness or completeness that is subsequently lost through the entrance into language…As far as humans are concerned, however, “the real is impossible,” as Lacan was fond of saying. It is impossible in so far as we cannot express it in language because the very entrance into language marks our irrevocable separation from the real. Still, the real continues to exert its influence throughout our adult lives since it is the rock against which all our fantasies and linguistic structures ultimately fail. The real for example continues to erupt whenever we are made to acknowledge the materiality of our existence, an acknowledgement that is usually perceived as traumatic (since it threatens our very “reality”), although it also drives Lacan’s sense of jouissance. ” – https://www.cla.purdue.edu/english/theory/psychoanalysis/lacanstructure.html